BB&T Bank Powder Springs Georgia Review

My daughter had a business in Byron, GA, for 10 years and used BB&T. She took credit cards from her customers which were “batched”” every evening through BB&T. However

BB&T would hold these payments for days so she could not have access to money that showed up in her account. This kept her from being able to pay her vendors. She and her husband also used BB&T for their personal checking account. The bank was always making mistakes. One time she wrote a check for $30 but the bank debited her account for $300. Several years ago

her husband was seriously hurt in an auto accident and eventually he had to get Social Security disability. He had automatic electronic deposits but BB&T would hold his government deposit for up to 15 days. When they checked their account

it would show that they had this money in their account but when they wrote a check

it would show insufficient funds and they would be charged an overdraft fee. They live in a small rural town and do not have many options for banks but they ended up having to close their account. We quit dealing with banks years ago and use a credit union. I think everyone should pull their money out of these big banks and use credit unions. Most of the big banks have all kinds of ways of getting your money–overdraft fees

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